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In addition to the outstanding talents we bring to our communities, this valuable group of individuals are assets in the following areas:
  • Value Engineering
  • Scheduling
  • Budgets
  • Purchasing and Administration

Our members are well-respected industry professionals with decades of combined experience.  When possible, projects on which the Association’s members work together benefit from our members’ close ties and familiarity with each other.  This familiarity and comradery lend themselves to smoother project management and operations in each of the above-referenced areas vital to successful and timely project completion.

Our members also place great pride in their years of combined experience, and value professionalism in every facet of their business practices. The Association’s members treat new projects and opportunities with discretion – understanding the value and importance of working with qualified professionals in a collaborative process is key to achieving project success. When they find themselves working on projects together, Association members are well-situated to collaborate and work together toward to the builder’s common goal of safe, quality, timely completion.

The Association is comprised of only one representative from any given trade. This ensures the quality of representation in the Association and fosters strong relationships between the members founded on reputation as well as fostering reliability among the members when they find themselves working together on a given project.

One of the Association’s primary initiatives is to increase its membership’s participation and opportunities on projects throughout Southern California. The Association knows that the more of its closely-tied members work on a given project, the greater opportunities exist for cooperation and success of all interested project stakeholders.

The Association looks forward to continuing to foster strong relationships with the Southern California building industry to show what the Association can bring to your project. If you’re a builder interested in learning more or have a new project on which you’d like to see a successful team of trade professionals to put together a comprehensive project plan, please contact The SCTA would welcome the opportunity to show what a dedicated group of building trade professionals can do to smooth out your project operations in a cost-effective and collaborative approach to project completion.

Review of New Members Policy

  • Completed application goes to membership committee to be vetted.
  • Membership Committee to notify officers that they have received a new membership application.
  • Vetting process includes a review for conflicting membership categories by the membership committee as a group and a review of the applicant in other areas like performance, reputation and if necessary a review of the references provided.
  • Upon acceptance the membership committee will send an approved application and a recommendation to the VP (in charge of committees) with a cc to other officers of the association.
  • Officers are to review the recommendation of the membership committee, and take action as necessary.
  • Secretary will notify the applicant if they have been approved and will provide payment information for membership.
  • The process should take less than 2 weeks
  • Once membership dues have been paid Secretary will send the Welcome Letter and add them to the Roster
  • Membership dues must be received before attendance at another meeting.

Renewing Members Policy

All members in good standing (not in default for attendance) at the end of a calendar year will be allowed to renew the following year uncontested for their membership category. Renewing members must return their completed application and sign their code of conduct and pay their membership dues by the end of the first meeting of the year.  If not paid at the first meeting due to lack of attendance, trade (or member) will be given until the end of January.  If not received by the last day of January the membership category is considered open and the membership committee will be allowed to vet and fill a new member for that trade (or member category).  Officers of the association have the sole and final discretion as it relates to acceptance of renewal applications, based upon the code of conduct, member interactions, and performance in the industry.

 New Members Dues Policy

Dues for new members joining after January 1st will be handled as follows:

  • January 1 to June 30th – Pay full membership for a year. 
  • July 1 to August 30th – Pay full membership for current year and membership for the following year.
  • September 1 to December 31st – Pay prorated membership for the current year and membership for the following year.

Policy for a Member in Default Due to Attendance

  • Any member who misses three monthly membership meetings in one calendar year will be in default, and lose their member in good standing status.
  • As a courtesy the officers of the association may send a warning email notifying the company after a second missed membership meeting.
  • Members who are no longer in good standing will receive a formal notice of the change in status from the officers of the association.
  • Members no longer in good standing will stop receiving regular communications from the association, and their company will be removed from the association’s website
  • The Trade Category for Members who are no longer in good standing will be considered open and the membership committee will be allowed to fill the trade or member category with a new member
  • No refund of membership dues will be processed


Note: A member may be considered to rejoin the association the following year or “down the road” by the membership committee.